New & forthcoming
Set of 30 print-your-own pdf posters
Highlights fundamental British Values
Ideal for walls and whiteboards
Department for Education issued non-statutory
advice about 'Promoting fundamental British values'
in November. This series is intended to present the
best of 'British values'.
The series will cover a broad range of values such
Respect for all religions.
Respect for all genders and sexualities.
Respect for other people whatever their age.
Respect for different backgrounds and cultures.
Respect for your teachers who are there to help
Listening to other people's points of view.
No one is above the law.
Respecting public property - it's your school, your
library, your park, your city or village. They
belong to everyone.
Respect other people's property as you would want
them to respect yours.
Look after the environment.
Britain is a democracy which means everyone has the
chance to have a say in how the country should be
Using your vote so that your voice can be heard.
Curbs on political power since Magna Carta in 1215.
The courts in Britain are independent of the
government so that justice is impartial.
Free and independent press and TV are vital for
Every child has the right to a good education.
Everyone is entitled to the best free health care.
The British sense of humour means we can laugh at
Britain has welcomed immigrants - often people who
were fleeing aggression or persecution in their own
Britain can be self-critical to see how well we
match up to our own values.
Resolution and resilience: for example standing up
against aggression when Britain had to fight alone
as it did at first against the Nazis in 1939.
Freedom of speech
Treating animals well.
Have you got easily understandable facts
and figures at your fingertips?
Fact File 2015 gives students the essential facts
behind the issues.
It's an accessible, colourful and user-friendly
resource which is easy to use.
All pages are copiable and available to view
online, download and print.
For UK & international statistics about:
Animals; Art & culture; Body image; Britain
& its citizens; Bullying; Education;
Environment; Family & relationships; Finance;
Gender; Health; Language; Law & order; Sport
& leisure; War & conflict; Wider world;
For best value get Fact
File 2015 as part of Complete Issues
Fact File 2015: coming Jan 2015
On subscription £39.95: new edition sent annually
One-off copy £49.95
A new set of 50
print-your-own pdf posters to inspire assemblies,
tutor time and to provide a thought for the week.
Ready to print as many as you like so they can
immediately be used in classrooms.
These great quotes will make your students think!
These posters will save you hours of
Download one free:
child, one teacher, one book, one pen can change
the world.' Malala Yousafzai
Malala poster has received so many positive
comments. One teacher told me it had 'made her day'
and made her remember why she liked
set of 34 posters marking the 100th anniversary of
the First World War
Topics covered include: the world in 1913;
Christmas truces; Casualties; Shell shock; Gas;
Conscientious objectors; Soldiers from the Empire;
Women at war; Home front
posters are fantastic!"
Harrison, Ilkley Grammar School
Ellery, Blatchington Mill School, Sussex
20 original propaganda posters from World War I
These posters were designed to win hearts and
minds. They give an immediate insight into the
atmosphere of the time.
You can print as many copies as you like of these
See more of the posters
The best way to help your students meet deadlines
your students become more organised
Includes study guidance.
September 2014 to August 2015
sensible notes on how to organise your
Samantha Payne, Head of Section, Y10 & 11,
James Allen’s Girls’ School
Mrs Beverly Curry, Wakefield
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